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There is a certain restaurant in the first basement level of a multi-tenant building in one corner of a shopping street near the office district. The historical 70-year-old restaurant, marked by a sign with a picture of a cat, is called "Western Cuisine Nekoya." This restaurant looks completely normal through the week, but on Saturdays, it opens in...
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Pretty much the exact same plot in both show. Person from a fantasy world visits a restaurant on Earth, tries the food and finds it to be The Best Thing Ever Tasted.
The two are exactly the same show, but Restaurant to Another World does it right. Restaurant to Another World is more focused, doesn't have the annoying text overlay, and has more memorable characters and episode structures.
Both anime have the same theme, people from all social statuses, noble or poor, coming to the cafe/restaurant to try the 'otherworldly' (Japanese) food. The anime expresses the tastiness and texture of the meals, so when you watch them you get a mouthwatering hungry feeling.